Welcome to Attend "Role of NFC in the future of Digital Wallet" Seminar

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February 26, 2013 Meeting Notice

Subject: Role of NFC in the future of Digital Wallet
Speaker(s):

Sunil Jain, Intel

New Venue Microsoft Silicon Valley

1065 La Avenida, Mountain View, CA

BizSpark Lab, Building 2 (first building on right as you enter the campus)

Date and Time: February 26, 2013
6:30 - 7:00 Pizza + Drinks, Networking
7:00 - 8:30 Talk and Questions

Abstract

Near Field Communication (NFC) is rapidly becoming an exciting opportunity in mobile devices. In this session, we will discuss the new experiences NFC promotes and the challenges this technology presents. Topics such as NFC standardization, eco-system maturity will be discussed using examples from transit, ID and eWallet domains. Please send any specific questions or requests to the speaker in advance @ [masked]

Speaker Bio:

Sunil Jain, Senior Manager, Intel Corporation & Co-Chair NFC Forum SIG, Intel Corporation
Sunil Jain is a senior manager at Intel and a seasoned entrepreneur. He currently leads the PC Client Group’s strategy and planning for Near Field Communication (NFC), eWallet, and eCommerce. Prior to joining Intel in 1999, Sunil was the Founder and CEO of Span Mechnotronix Ltd. Sunil takes pride in fostering innovation, weaving high performing teams, and delivering results. Sunil actively contributes to industry through keynotes, panels, tutorials, workgroups, and mentoring. He holds multiple patents and publications.

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  • Ajith C

    Hi Friends,

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    March 7, 2013

  • Qirfiraz S.

    From last meetup discussion, It appears that our group needs to agree on a clear distinction between NFC application in "payments" and in "transit" sectors. Moreso, because NFC usage in transit, has been hugely successful. while, in "payments" sector, NFC is gaining ground, quite slowly.

    To summarize, "transit" is like "fast-food", while "payments" is like "fine dining". At transit turnstile, speed of transaction is more important, and everybody eats the same food (or rides the same train) hence it is like fast food because the purpose is to grab a "fast" bite.

    "Payments" at shop counter is a different story where merchandise selection takes more time , and time taken by the actual transaction is less important. So, it is like "fine dining" because everybody selects, orders & savors "different food". So, "NFC usage in Transit" falls into the category of "Access Control". Yes, at best, it can be called a "pre-paid access control" like CTIA or CES entrance card.

    March 1, 2013

  • Joseph W.

    We are in Bldg 2 , the bldg on the right as you turn into the main parking lot

    February 26, 2013

    • Matthias C. S.

      Thank you very much for organizing this event! It was a very interesting exchange and discussion!

      February 26, 2013

  • Hari K.

    Need to draft a patent application, try this workshop: http://draftpatentapp.eventbrit...­

    February 22, 2013

  • Siu Keun T.

    There're many people already signed up for this event. To gain admission, you MUST register @ Eventbrite. Follow the link stated in this event post to register if you haven't done so. See you on Tuesday 2/26.

    February 20, 2013

  • Thomas P.

    Here's a question: For the last decade or so, barriers to significant NFC adoption in mobile have had far more to do with business model issues than technical ones. Particularly some MNOs' desires to monetize NFC and secure credentials. What is Intel doing to create *open* or even free access to NFC for any developer for secure applications that is not dependent on MNOs?

    1 · February 14, 2013

    • Siu Keun T.

      Thomas, good question. Please bring it up to Sunil Jain @ the meeting on 2/26.

      February 14, 2013

  • Joseph W.

    Please email me questions you have for the Intel speaker on his talk on NFC in the future of Digital Wallet before the meeting. [masked]

    February 13, 2013

  • Qirfiraz S.

    Looking forward to know more about Microsoft wallet. Incidently, I just completed an award-winning NFC App on Windows 8 platform.

    1 · February 4, 2013

    • Joseph W.

      Qirfiraz - That's great. I have a Win8 HTC phone to try out your app. Look forward to seeing you.

      February 6, 2013

  • Hong T.

    +1

    February 6, 2013

  • Tom W.

    NFC is getting more real everyday. It is almost here.

    February 4, 2013

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